Originally Posted by Chemist
Thank you for explanation!
My son, a junior, turned 16 a month or so ago. Last year, we updated his actual graduation year and we saw his "ranking" lowered from about 200 to over 300, a little over 100 spots. I guess a year difference in graduation would probably move about 100 spots in your master list.
But I did notice that blue chips are different. Henrik Wiersholm's ranking was lowered from #1 sophomore to #6 junior after he updated his actual graduation year.
It will work out ok for college.
( more academic rigorous schools)
Quite a few coaches have told me they picked
this kid or that kid because they were young
and they thought there was room for improvement and growth.